**Eclipse Java Neon**Add a method to the

**Table**class below that computes the average of the neighbors of a table element in the eight directions shown.

**public double neighborAverage(int row, int column)**However, if the element is located at the boundary of the array, include only the neighbors that are in the table. For example, if

**row**and

**column**are both 0, there are only three neighbors.

**public class Table**

**{**

**private int [ ] [ ] values;**

**public Table(int rows, int columns) { values = new int[rows][columns]; }**

**public void set(int i, int j, int n) {values[i][j] = n;}**

**}**

**Heres what I need to use:**public class Table { private int[][] values; /** Construct a table with given rows and columns. @param rows the rows in the table. @param columns the columns in the table. */ public Table(int rows, int columns) { values = new int[rows][columns]; } /** Sets a value in the table. @param i the row of the item to modify @param j the column of the item to modify @param n the number to use for the new value. */ public void set(int i, int j, int n) { values[i][j] = n; } /** Returns the average of the adjacent elements in a table. @param row the row of the element. @param column the colum of the element. @return the average of the adjacent elements. */ public double neighborAverage(int row, int column) { . . . } } Thank you!